Definition of Cyprininae. Meaning of Cyprininae. Synonyms of Cyprininae

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Definition of Cyprininae

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- The Cyprininae are one of at least 11 subfamilies of cyprinid fish. It contains three genera in its strictest definition but many more are included depending...
- but given their relationships, that taxon is better included in the Cyprininae at least for the largest part (including the type species of Barbus)....
- which may not be a valid group, however, and is often included in the Cyprininae as tribe Labeonini. If the Labeoninae are accepted as distinct, Labeonini...
- considered a distinct subfamily) or labeoins (when included in subfamily Cyprininae). They include the group sometimes separated as Garrinae, but these do...
- their exact delimitation, are rather close relatives and stand apart from Cyprininae – but the overall systematics and taxonomy of the Cyprinidae remain a...
- barbels in the subfamily Barbinae but that group is paraphyletic with the Cyprininae. If the Labeoninae are recognized as distinct, many small African "barbs"...
- carps of Cyprinus, but rather form a more basal lineage of the subfamily Cyprininae. Car****ius auratus (Linnaeus, 1758) (goldfish) Car****ius car****ius (Linnaeus...
- carps are the highly apomorphic Cyprinidae, perhaps close to true carps (Cyprininae), or maybe to the danionins. While some details about the phylogenetic...
- Garraina of tribe Labeonini, if these are considered a tribe of subfamily Cyprininae. It is not yet resolved which is a more appropriate representation of...
- Puntius chola, is a tropical freshwater fish belonging to the subfamily Cyprininae of the family Cyprinidae. It originates in inland waters in Asia, and...
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